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new this morning, two men accused in a drive-by shooting that claimed the life of a 3-year-old boy in oakland last month appear in court this afternoon. i'm christie smith. i'll tell you what they're doing coming up in a life report. >> and a live look outside. look at her wave. it's 5:00 on monday, september 12th. this is "today in the bay." good monday morning. thanks so much for joining us. it's 5:00. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> good morning. i'm john kelley. the summer winding down. temperatures are popping up a little bit. >> today is not too bad. what else is popping up right now? thunderstorms in the east bay. we're tracking realtime thunderstorms right now. let's take you to your realtime doppler radar. right now high pressure to the south. low pressure from the north is
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driving in instability. see that flare-up? that's a pop-up thunderstorms. throughout the morning you need to be extra cautious on your way to work throughout the east bay. let's check your drive with mike. >> christina, we'll take you to the south. thank to john kelley we have the report of a potential accident. we called it into chp. had them follow up. officer stone did not have anything happen in the area. and we have construction in the south bay. weekend closures back in service. >> good to know we have a super hero. he hides the cape beneath the suit. we'll continue a story we've been following for months now. a pregnant woman suspected of killing a bay area nursing student expected back in court to enter her plea. michelle le's body is not found.
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police say they have evidence to believe it is a homicide as her family holds out hope they will in fact one day find her. elise joins us outside the courthouse in hayward with more on what happened. >> the 27-year-old is set to appear in a courthouse behind ne in a few hours. she was in court on friday. she delayed entering a plea so she could talk with a public defender. a day earlier her arraignment was postponed because of her pregnancy. a judge said she would need medical clearance before criminal proceedings against her could go forward. esteban is charged with premeditated murder in the death of michelle le. the nursing student disappeared on may 27th during a break from her student duets at the hospital. esteban publicly said she hated le because she believes le came between her and her boyfriend.
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her boyfriend took out a restraining order against her three days before le disappeared. they found le's dna on esteban's shoe. and a surveillance camera shows esteban in the parking garage where le went missing. le's family is going ahead with a zerm effort planned this weekend. for now we're live in hayward. >> elise, thanks very much. >> a fire that killed two people in oakland is now being considered a murder case. police think the deaths could be related to a drug dispute. the fire started early sunday morning on coolidge between brookdale and school street. witnesses saw someone rung from the scene, possibly carrying gas cans. the bodies of a man and woman were found on the second floor of the building. the two may have been assaulted before the fire was set. autopsies are being conducted.
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the men accused of killing a toddler during a gun battle will head to court this morning. tracey smith joins us live with the nest phase of this really tragic case. >> good morning. lawrence denard is accused of firing the fatal shot that killed 3-year-old carlos navah. he had his case postponed as he asked for more time to enter a plea. police believe the shooting was a botched gang related drif-by. 22-year-old willie torrence is the accused driver in the case. two men who police say they believe were rival gang members were wounded in the shooting. little carlos out with his family was shot and killed on international boulevard. this was in broad daylight. a shooting that really stunned the city, which has seen more than its share of violence. homicides are up 25% over last year. overnight another shooting, not fatal, but also along international boulevard. two people, we're told, are in
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custody now. denard's family, though, maintains his innocence. still the charges include murder, attempted murder, and several gun enhancements. both men due in court today at 2:00 this afternoon. john and laura, send it back to you. >> thank you very much, christie for the update. we have an update this morning on the conditions of injured giants fan bryan stow. it's possible he'll have surgery so doctors can put in a stunt. the surgery was supposed to take place last month. he appears to be getting back to the place he was about a month ago before the infection when he
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was mouthing wordsthe toll increase could happen in july of 2013. the toll could be raised a dollar. the district's board of directors needs to vote on the proposal first. another possibility is the toll could be gradually raised to match annual fare hikes. right now it costs $6 to cross the bridge. >> time to check back in on the weather. if i do recall from three or four minutes ago you mentioned something about moisture out there. >> boy a man with a short-term memory like no other. yeah, we do have thunderstorms this morning. in the east bay it's an isolated incident right now. we're expecting the activity to become more widespread throughout this afternoon. take a look we have two pop-up cells. we had one 15 minutes ago. another one that just developed northeast of livermore. you'll probably see the lightning.
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59 degrees in navato. 59 in san matea. this morning we're noticing uniform temperatures. as we head throughout the day today, we have a lot of instability in the atmosphere. as we warm up at noon, 1:00 p.m. to the 70s. that's where we see more thunderstorm activity. tm temperatures staying nice and comfortable throughout the week. we'll warm up, but not major extremes. no major swings in the temperature. overall more of the same once we get rid of the thunderstorms on tuesday that will be the last day. let's check your drive with mike. >> we'll go to the roadways and look at the maps. 280, reports of a deer hit. we have a crew reportedly heading out to the northbound side around farm hill boulevard.
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very dark through the area as well. southbound side is moving very smoothly. the earlier accident is cleared. but the accident cleanup over there has to continue for the morning. i'll let you know if they have to block any lanes. probably not until 10:00 or 11:00. there will be flashing lights. i'll let you know if they have to block any lanes. then we'll take a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. fog will roll in later on. we'll track it. send it back to you guys. >> thank you, mike. fresh off his jeopardy win, the ibm super computer watson being put to work. well point hired watson to diagnose medical problems and authorize treatments. here's the deal. the computer will look at patients' symptoms and history and compare it to textbooks and medical journals. in just seconds it will produce
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several possible diagnoses or treatments. ibm will not say how much it's being paid for the service. >> very interesting, watson. 5:08. a bay area professor getting a lot of heat after a controversial suggestion to african-american women. >> plus, possible help is on the way. the president's job bill moves forward today. and cleaning up a bay area landmark. the finishing touches put on a well-known structure in golden gate park. >> quick live look outside the hp pavilion in san jose. very calm and peaceful just like i like it. bli feel le.ikrt troublng by me. for the latest news, traffic a
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welcome back, everybody. a live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza right now. again, smooth sailing. the time is 5:11. the 9/11 memorial in new york city will officially open to the public this morning. visitors have already made reservations to visit the site. they are required because parts of the memorial plaza can only hold 1500 people at a time. the families of the men and women who died on 9/11 got to visit that memorial yesterday. visitors can reserve time passes at current congress members will take part in a remembrance ceremo ceremony. both members of the house and senate will be there. this is video from ten years ago, you may recall, when congressional leaders gathered to sing god bless america following the terrorist attack
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fs. the president will send his new jobs bill to congress later on today. the $447 billion bill will rely on payroll taxes for individuals and businesses as well as spending to hire teachers and rebuild schools. president obama is urging congress to pass the bill quickly to speed up the economy and recovery. he will travel to several battleground states to push for support. we'll have the rest of your news before the bell. let's check in with courtney reagan live at cnbc world headquarters. good morning, courtney. >> hi, good morning, john. we could see more red arrows on wall street continuing the downdraft from friday when the dow fell 303 points closing below 11,000. futures are sharply lower now. worries about europe's spreading debt crisis and the health of its banks are still on the fore front of investors' minds. europe is melting down for lack
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of a better explanation of term. asia fell overnight as well. it's going to be a busy week for u.s. economic data with reports on import prices, producer and consumer prices, retail sales, unemployment and consumer sentiment and well, bank of america could be cutting thousands of jobs today. he speaks an investor conference in new york. the executives met late last week to discuss restructuring plans that could include cutting 40,000 jobs or more over the next several years. well, prices at the pump are moving higher. a new report shows that regular unleaded rose six cents to a national average of $3.67 a gallon. that's nearing the rise in crude oil. crude oil makes up two-third of the price of gasoline. in the bay area gaj is averaging $3.97. chicago actually is seeing the highest prices the on average
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$4.02. back to you. >> courtney reagan, thank you for the update. >> i should be excited i got it for $3.85 the other day. >> saving money. >> at least we're not the worst anymore. we'll give you that title, chicago. happy to hand it over. good morning to you. we actually have some pretty interesting weather taking place out there now. if you're waking up with nus the east bay, chances are you're hearing some thunder rumbling outside your front door. we have some isolated activity this morning. two pop-up thunderstorms as we head through the past i would say 15 or 20 minutes. this is what we're looking at now. we have a little bit of action to the east of livermore. we had a pretty good cell. you can see the red embedded with the green and yellow. that blew over. we're looking good right now. we're expecting more moisture to move into the bay area. as we head throughout the next few hours and particularly this afternoon. so a little bit of action in our neck of the woods for today. now as we head through tomorrow, low pressure drifts to the east. so we'll see that activity ramp
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down. but we still have one more day where we are going to see the threat of dry lightning strikes. here's what we're looking at for today in terms of cloud and fog forecast. it's going to be a cloudy and dreary day in san francisco. when e we stop future cast at noon still mostly cloudy from livermore to san francisco. you stay cloudy all day long. 5:00 p.m. that means if you're headed to the giants game it's going to be a cool day. we'll see the breeze pick up as well. watch for the balls in center field tonight. 58 by the water. at 5:00 p.m. as you make your way home from work. 81. comfortable conditions in san jose. you'll see limited sunshine. as we head throughout the day, we're going to continue to see those thunderstorms. we'll talk more about that. and we're going to track them realtime for you all morning long. let's track your drive with mike. >> we're following construction, which is on the roadway. only asking a couple of on and off ramps. 880, just a little stretch.
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the onramp has cleared off. and right here, 101. in addition to the overnight construction the highways have reopened. they opened a little earlier than we expected. at the offramp there was damage to one of the yellow barrel ls. someone crashed into them a couple hours ago. i'll watch that for you. i'll let you know. the south bay, the northbound routes looking good. 101, no problem down this lower peninsula. we have 280 northbound. all the activity on the shoulder now. i told you about a deer that was hit. does not sound like the deer made it. no injuries to the driver or anybody in the car. we'll get a look at another connector. the san mateo bridge to the north. a clear view of the high-rise and no problems from 880. on the east bay a nice approach to the bay bridge toll plaza as well. a smooth drive heading out to the area. no problems towards the maize. we're watching antioch for the
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potential of slowing happening. where the 62 is should come down by 10 miles per hour. back to you. >> mike, thank you very much. more problems mounting this morning for a fairfax father recently charged with child endangerment. he was charged with misdemeanor child endangerment of being accused of leaving his baby in a hot car last week. the 1-year-old was not injured. he's now in federal immigration jam after violating probation for an earlier drunk driving condition. now we want to warn you. at the beginning of the show we ran the wrong video tape showing a man that had nothing to do with the case. we do apologize for the error. back to our story. the man accused in the case could be deported back to his native country of ukraine. san francisco is putting the finishing touches on a historic landmark in golden gate park.
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park officials will hold a special event to top off the samuel murphy windmill. a 64-on tton copper dome will b slid on top of the structure. they have two dutch style windmills the built during the early 1900s. overtime neglect and poor maintenance led to disrepair. the north side windmill was restored in the 1980s. the livermore city counsel expected to make a decision on a piece of land that could spark a battle. they are looking to bring the prized patch of unincorporated space under its control. they voted to recommend the city counsel ask alameda county to expand to include more than 2,500 acres in doolan canyon. the livermore city counsel will consider the recommendation today. it's 5:19. some dating advice. all be it controversial for the
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ladies who can't seem to find the right match. a stanford law professor says many black women are getting to the best universities, companies and top ranks of government. but they're having a hard time finding a meat. so, ralph richard banks says if you're in the market, you're better off marrying out of your race. he's got a book he wrote about it. time is 5:19. coming up. remembering the falling.e s t some of 9/11 ceremonies around the bay area that happened yesterday.
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and somebody is probably going to call it solar gate. washington gets ready for hearings. oh
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>> welcomeq=gd3 /v= co >> welcome back, everybody. for your information, that is control central. that's where it all happens. those are the people that do the hard work and make us look good. the time is 5:22. >> god bless them. it's 5:22 right now, as you mentioned. thousands of baseball fans pause
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to remember september 11th at at&t park yesterday. as fans arrived at the park to see the giants play the dodgers, they were handed small american flags. on each flag there was a different name representing someone who died on 9/11. it looks like papers. when fans were asked to hold up the papers just before the game, the entire stadium fell silent. instead of a first pitch, a ball was placed on the pitcher's mound. bag pipes also played as fans paused to remember all the people that lost their lives on 9/11. >> fire. >> and in union city there was a 21-gun salute to honor the people who died on flight 93. a permanent memorial is located on the park. each passenger and crew member has their name, age and hometown
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engraved on an individual granite stone. the memorial was donated by a bay area landscape architect. >> that is a beautiful memorial. congress will ask tough questions about the shutdown this week. scott mcgrew, all kinds of people hurt in this one. >> i was talking to the mom half of mom and pop operation. she says lots of small businesses like hers at solyndra figure they will never get their money. congress gets to do whatever it wants. asking questions of former executives on wednesday. the department of energy, the obama administration, now two republican congressmen, one from michigan and one from florida had been big critics long before
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they abruptly closed up shop. the heads of google and oracle ordered to meet in order to scathe off a trial. at question whether they stole ideas from oracle. they ordered to ceos to mediation. here's an ultra geeky soap opera. will michael harrington show up for his own party today? he'll been dismissed from the popular tech blog in a messy power company with aol. if you're a certain geek level like me, waiting for arrington is high drama. >> i like the sound of of that. you're the geek. i'm the nerd. over to you. >> we love you both. 5:25 right now. still to come, an inside job. why police arrested two people after a standoff at an east bay office depot, including a store employee. and we're tracking realtime
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thunderstorms rolling through the bay area. we'll show you where. plus we'llu plan the help you wardrobe for the week. >> and we're looking at the golden gate bridge. the fog will play an issue for your morning commute. also watching a slippery situation, an oil spill on the roads. -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal.
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she's accused of killing nursing student michelle le. live in hayward this morning, coming up, giselle esteban appears in court. plus, armed and dangerous. police on the lookout for a man that led them on a high speed dhas and got away. the other crimes he may have been involved in. one hour and two minutes away from wall street's open. we could lose 200 points from
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the dow right away. we'll tell you why coming up. let's take a quick live look outside. it's monday, september 12th. this is today in the bay. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. it's 5:30 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm john kelley. chris christie, do we need the umbrella? >> he's got a big umbrella. we'll hear habit that coming up. things are looking good. we have pop-up thunderstorms rolling through the tri-valley region. we're expecting the action to ramp up this afternoon. i'll let you know what that means for potential thunderstorms in your city, and we're taking a look at the next five days. got a little bit of a change on the way. 5:29 now. let's check your drive first with mike. >> we don't have to wait for fog or clouds. we already have oil making things slippery. reports of an oil spill on 680. not getting into the drainage
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but the crew will have to check that out. at least one lane of the on ramp is blocked. we have a smooth drive through the south bay. a little construction picking up. the family of missing nursing student michelle le is still holding out hope she'll be found. the prime suspect in her disappearance, a pregnant woman, is due back if court this morning to deliver a plea. elyce joins us more with what's happening. >> reporter: good morning. the 27-year-old was already in court on friday but delayed entering a plea to talk with a public defender. i want to show you video of that. a judge asked esteban if she planned to retain a private attorney, she said she wasn't sure. the judge then referred her to
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the public defender's office. the 27-year-old was also in court on thursday. her arraignment was postponed because of her pregnancy. a judge said she would need medical clearance before criminal proceedings could go forward. she's charged with premeditated murder in the death of michelle le. she disappeared on may 27th during a break from her student duties. esteban has publicly said she hated le because she believes michelle came between her and her boyfriend who fathered a child with esteban. they took out a restraining order against her on may 24th. three days before le disappeared. surveillance footage shows giselle in the parking garage where the nursing student went mising. le's family says they won't have
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closure until le is home. thr planning a search effort for her next weekend and will be meeting here in hayward. >> this morning police are looking for a parolee they say is armed and dangerous. dustin cooper led police on a high speed chase. they were chasing him on concord when he pulled over and ran off. a few minutes later a car ja jacking occurred on nearby pine street. police think cooper was the car jacker and the car was involved in several hit and run accidents before it was actually abandoned. ce depot. police arrested a store employee for helping the suspect enter the store. a 45-year-old man from oakland
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held people hostage at the office depot starting at 5:30 friday night. police were in an standoff with him for six and a half hours. they finally entered the building around 4:00 saturday morning and took the man into custody. all employees escaped the store unharmed. officials continue their investigation into the death of a man hit by a moving train. a man was crossing the railroad tracks near jerrold avenue bridge in san francisco on saturday afternoon when he was hit by a train. it marked the 13th death this year. investigators trying to figure " accident or a suicide. it is 5:33 right now. stay away from the mile long stretch near 85 on almaden. they'll be widening the road. it's one of the most gridlocked roads in san jose. they'll also add numerous turn lanes and retime some of the traffic likes in the area. the work means slowdowns,
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though, in the short term. but the speed limit will be raised later this year. to a very fast 50 miles an hour. the 2011 wine country harvest is under way. it got started late because of mother nature. what can you do? the climate is some of the issues the top wine makers will discuss at a press conference today. marla tellez is live with what wine makers are up against this year and a look at the process. good morning, marla. >> reporter: good morning, john. you can see the process happening behind me this morning. this is a family vineyard in the heart of the napa valley. they've been producing wine since the early 1970s. the first business in 1973. they're known for reds and whites. certainly my kind of winery if
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you like your merlot, your reisling. those are the signature wines. you can see the workers picking the chardoney grapes. they got started a couple weeks later than typically they do back on august 29th. this is john t the vice president of the napa valley grape growers. thank you for being here this morning. you're also tied to this winery. >> good morning, yes i am. i'm the director here and also the vice president of the napa valley grape growers. >> the harvest got a late start this year. is that reason to be concerned for wine lovers like me? >> as farmers we're so dependent on the weather. every year is different. this year we had a cooler spring. the cooler weather means things move more slowly. the grapes have really been hanging out and developing beautiful flavors. we're really excited. >> the outlook for the 2011 harvest. >> quality will be fantastic. so is this looking good?
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>> yeah. we can see here an interesting thing calls hens and chicks. you have big berries and small berries. it looks funny but tastes pretty good. so i may? it's good. i prefer it in a glass though. excuse me. i'm !0 out here. >> still a little tart. >> it's very good. and here's a fun fact for you, john and laura back in the studio. one barrel of wine equals 1,200 glasses. all i want is a barrel. >> if you really want to impress me, i want to see you jumping up and down and squashing grapes with the bare feet. >> maybe. maybe next time. >> i'll keep out hope for that one. nice job. >> a little lucy ricardo move.
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>> ricky! >> you can roll up your pants and jump in. >> i like ricky, by the way. we're looking good this morning. we have thunderstorms rolling through the area. high pressure driving in the monsoonal moisture. this is cool what's happening. you have high pressure. and then to the north we have an area of low pressure. and the two are working against each other. so we have a little instability, hence a thunderstorm in livermore. as we head throughout the afternoon and in the east bay and south bay in the higher rain. the temperatures will be comfortable. 73 inland anoon in places like san jose. 63 in san francisco at noon. by 5:00 p.m. rounding out at 81 degrees. a fair amount of cloud cover all day long. and we'll see the breeze pick up tonight. probably impact ball play at the padres game tonight versus our
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world champion giants. catch the game on comcast sports. we'll see a lot of balls headed out to center field tonight. pretty strong breeze. i think it's going to come into play. let's check out how your drive is running with mike. >> we'll show you the peninsula right now. it southbound side very slow. later in the commute i have to warn you for folks now we have a report of an accident of a car near the center divide. we'll watch for the activity and lanes that are blocked. right now crews are headed to the scene. the rest of the peninsula moves very smoothly. we shift your attention to later on. the giants are playing in the city as well as the a's playing at the coliseum. so there will be slowing in both areas. watch for that. right now a smooth drive. all approaches looking nice. the antioch slow down kicked in. we saw speeds dipping down. now 28 miles per hour. back to you. >> how much do you value your
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facebook page? >> a lot. >> according to a new survey, many people think it's more important than a working toilet. >> not that much! >> the london science museum asked 3,000 adults what they could not live without. facebook was fifth on the list. flushing toilets ranked ninth. sunshine and internet connection, clean drinking water and your fridge beat out facebook. things that lost, tea and coffee. a shower ranked 13th and shoes ranked 20th. maybe they need the social network. if they're not taking showers, the only way to make friends is via internet. >> if shoes are ranked 20th, they're not any women i know. the feds looking for three people behind a terror threat.
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>>ñ wh andw welcome back, everybody. a picturesque look. the tower all lum nated red, white and blue. the time is 5:42. the threat of another terror attack loomed large over the september 11th memorial service. and though the tenth anniversary of the attacks passed by peacefully without another attack, federal investigators are still on the trail of three men said to be planning an attack. tracie potts joining us live
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from washington with the latest. good morning. >> hi, laura. good morning, everyone. even though the focus was really on the victims and heros and the legacy of 9/11 this week. there was a terror threat. and authorities say they're still investigating the top counter terrorism official from the white house saying they are andt?ls mrsm toy+ andt?ls mrsm ityl9g opens to the pubtoda vic. president with his wife and with president and mrs. bush. to be among the first to see the memorial. it opens to the public today. yesterday the over the and the hat. he was at shanksville where a memorial to those flight 93 victims was dedicated over the weekend. back here to lay a wreath at the
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pentagon. part of a concert at the kennedy center where the president said, yes, we've toni but emerged stronger than before. here in washington, laura, the ceremonies continue tonight. here on capitol hill congress is back today. they'll commemorate 9/11 tonight. nd. the towe really beautiful. we were at a location 40 stories up above site. you can towers, the north and south towers once stood. now they are huge reflecting pools with the waterpublic. they're supposed to be the largest manmade waterfalls in the country. then really a park like setting. they're not done with it. that they're not done with it. that right there on the site. that's not going to open 8u0xs g
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in a separate area so people are aware. >> i can only imagine. it affects so many people. >> and there's still more ceremonies to come on this september 12th. this morning most of the family who is lost loved ones on flight 93 shanksville, pennsylvania, to lay to rest the last of the unidentified remains from that crash. >> mark bingham. >> andrew sonny garcia. >> hundreds of people gathered dedicate a memorial in their "ó she tho brother jason p thevc sheusckersñ eleofe a crashed to the field. she thought she was prepared for the emotion she would be overcome with this. but consoled by three different presidents in a matter of eatte cerem
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little stunned. >> just the support was amazing. to think that they are that interested. >> president barack obama flew into shanksville after attending the ceremony at ground zero. he gave her n few words to perhaps ease her pain. he also signed some memorabilia that the dahls will take back to an elementary school in san jose just named in jason da hhl's honor. >> it's still hard to see and really fathom it all happened. it's 5:46. it's time to check with christie. having fun with the weather. >> playing tricks on us. >> they can't fool you. >> nobody can for that matter. good morning to you. we're looking except for laura garcia-cannon. right now taking a live look at san francisco. you can see for about thu then glory, blowing in the breeze as well. that's an indication of
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instability in the atmosphere. we have thunderstorms swirling around the east bay this morning. nothing major. around livermore if you're waking up with in the tri valley region, you probably heard thunder. san francisco, more high and mi offn!ól deal situ all day long. but this is what's happening. high pressure sits just to the south. you see the monsoonal flow. an area of low pressure situated over nevada. as we head to the afternoon and pick up the daytime heating, we continue to see the moisture surge in from the south, we'll see more thunderstorm activity. if you're inland you'll see a better opportunity today. the south bay and east bay cover 294 the higher terrain. the oakland hills, watch out for thunderstorms. cover for today. we set your future cast in motion. 81lálater2szs on
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at noon we'll see limited sunshine. san francisco still soft inland fog. here's your day planner. >> to 81 later on as you make your way home from work. 67 tra met out there. >> it is. also i call it pit weather. they're moister than drier days. that's technical term from the traffic guy regarding meteorology. over here at 237. smooth drive from matilda. a smooth drive for the raes of the it will closed for another half an hour. also watching for construction there until 7:00 for the onramp. be aware and use plenty of places to get on the freeway there. 680. the chp hasn't told us which lanes are blocked. at least one lane. but the off at least one lane. but the off heading to the area a smooth drive. we had slowing. an accident 580 westbound at grant line in the middle of the
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roadway. and slowing up to livermore. already an early start. a 17-minute drive for that span in theplaza sta through the tri-valley. slow through antioch. still holding up nicely. a smooth drive on 25. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, starting to show a slow backup. with a lot more headlights showing up. addi to you. it is for the second time in a month a minnesota company is recalling more ground turkey after tests show salmonella contamination. cargilln additional 185,000 pounds of ground turkey. additional 185,000 pounds of ground turkey. one per of ground recalled a month ago.
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the salmonella contamination sickened more than 100 people in 31 states. one person died. the usda says a sample of ground turkey collected from the arkansas plant three weeks ago their positive for salmonella. that was a week part production check your freezers, too. ]ling in denver ready for their season opener. it's all part of a monday night football double header. the raiders playing the broncos at 7:30 tonight. special teams. 0 mñc 49ersg 9ers leaving by two. ted yet. 102 yards on the kickoff return. he would later score on a punt
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ofpadr playoff. finally getting the run support they need beating the dodgers 8-1. they are eight and a half games back in the nl west. hosting the padres tonight. the a's out of the playoffs officially this morning. with the loss, it's now mathematically impossible for the a's to make it to the post season. they host the angels tonight. >> baseball season winding down. it's 5:51 right now. coming up. >> we shouldn't just assume lgpe pro living room everything is okay. >> what's going on? >> the new study that finds what your children watch could hurt the way they think. >> what about what they read? we'll look at a proposal for [ man ] after allegra-d, i have it all. steam-cleaning enthusiasts. it's good for the customer to get to know their own caet. and spending the day moving furniture and
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and this is a live look outside from the east bay this morning. oracle arena all lit up. >> you'll find this one ÷wqxly%i be bad for 4-year-e carto ability|d3 xs ability to scientists admit this is d small study involving 6 and 4-year-olds. w4 givene5 to scenenc' develop the fast-pacedj >> these children's brains are tired from the stimulation. >> if you are given more time to
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absorb a scene to understand what goes on, you are able to interact what goes on, you are able to interact questions and your own ideas. >> that guy sponge bob is marketed to kids over 6. doctors say there's no evidence short-term problems translate to long-term ones. some of the cartoons do hurt my brain. >> for good reason really. scott mcgrew humming green day songs eg me up when septer around.l cd'ern xps kourtd knee r courtney reagan says europe is melting down. there's concern it will take down spain and portugal, ][h thez germany to save it.0tt wor shares in
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a tech company. they will give you 57% more in the shares in the decision to buy the telecommunications company. the deal worth $3.7 billion total. amazon is in talks with publishers to come up with a sort of ebook library system. so you pay a fee and you can read all the books you want. kind of like netflix for literary types. amazon is this close to releasing its own tablet and presumably we're going to see if amazon can work this out with publishers. this will be something only available on their tablet and not on the apple ipad. >> interesting. i'm sure you'll bring it to us. >> i will. >> 5:56 right now. >> thank you, laura. the case against the two men accused of killing a 3-year-old oakland boy moves forward today. plus, why the cost one bay area bridge could soon go and we've got and we've got thunderstorms rolling through
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